Project Profile:

Settlers Park

Project Summary

Putting the detention basin underground allows the top of the profile to be used for light recreation. It's also a safer installation since the area doesn't have to be fenced off from children getting into the pond and mosquitoes wont' breed in the stagnant drainage water.

Address

3401 N. Meridian Road, Meridian, ID  83642

Install Size

840 units

Designer

City of Meridian

Contractor

American Paving, PO Box 395, Meridian, ID  83680, contact Bob Pulley, 208-888-7988

Project Gallery

Stormwater Storage was installed at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
Settlers Park is a large facility with an Adventure Island playground facility and lots of open space.
Underground-Water Storage was installed at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
This gives you some idea of the character of this beautiful park owned and operated by the City of Meridian Parks and Recreation Department. The Rainstore3 site is off to the left in the distance.
Stormwater Harvesting was achieved at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
Rainstore3 is located in this grass area. Look for the green inlet in the lawn in a slightly depressed area as shown in the next photo.
A Stormwater-Retention System was installed at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
Rainstore3 is perfect for Idaho’s high water table.
A Subsurface Cistern was installed at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
The spot in the middle of this depressed lawn area is where the inlet is located and the Rainstore3 is beneath this area.
Underground-Stormwater Retention was achieved at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
This is a closeup of the inlet. Perhaps some small stone placed around the inlet would be more appealing visually since there is a bit of a puddled low spot around the inlet. Be careful to let the water drain directly into the system with perhaps a concrete swale or a well drained gravel collar.
A Water-Storage System was installed at Settlers Park in Meridian, Idaho, using Grasspave2.
Adventure Island is Idaho's first universally accessible playground and the Rainstore3 system is located NE of this sign.